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My Son David - Gordeanna McCulloch , Norman Kennedy And The Exiles - New Voices From Scotland


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  1. Dok says:
    Sleeve Notes. What is folk song? The term is vague and seems to be getting vaguer. However, the songs on this record may conveniently be called 'industrial folk songs' for without exception they were created by industrial workers out of their own daily experience and were circulated, mainly by word of mouth to be used by the songwriters workmates in mines, mills and foundries.
  2. Juktilar says:
    My personal favourite is "Sleepytoun" by Norman Kennedy, on New Voices from Scotland,with Gordeanna McCulloch and the Exiles. Sleeve notes on "Sleepytoun" "A former worker at the farm of Sleepytoon told the collector,the Rev JamesB Duncan, that he had worked with the author of this song.
  3. Shakagore says:
    Sleeve Notes. This album is drawn from the vaults of Topic Records, Britain's oldest record label recording folk music. The body of the album is drawn from the landmark release Farewell Nancy, but with the longer playing time afforded by the compact disc format, extra tracks have been added to produce this definitive collection.
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    Historical records and family trees related to Jane Armstrong. Records may include photos, original documents, family history, relatives, specific dates, locations and full names.
  5. Nikolrajas says:
    Lucy Stewart: Traditional Singer from Aberdeenshire, Scotland, Vol. 1 - Child Ballads Lucy Stewart Folklorist Kenneth Goldstein recorded these nine ballads by Scotland singer Lucy Stewart in her own home and under relatively natural conditions (the children were shooed away).
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  7. Daidal says:
    Aug 27,  · Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves Poem / Scotland Owns Me / The Exile · Gaberlunzie Icons of Scottish Folk: Gaberlunzie ℗ The Music Kitchen Ltd Auto-generated by YouTube.
  8. Arashigor says:
    Aug 01,  · Shortly afterwards, in , Gordeanna featured on an LP of new voices from Scotland for the prestigious folk label Topic Records, with Norman Kennedy and the Exiles. She then met up with a group of librarians and musicians, including Don Martin .
  9. Shakazragore says:
    Dyverse music. Sounds, films, books and scenes (usually that order) that arrest the attention of Mike Butler, erstwhile music scribe 12T Gordeanna McCulloch, Norman Kennedy, The Exiles, New Voices from Scotland [Topic] Ω ∆ LTRA Mick Linnard & David Hughes, Russell Square [Transatlantic] Ω ∆.
  10. Maran says:
    New Voices from Scotland The Recording Debut of Gordeanna McCulloch, Norman Kennedy, The Exiles. Topic Records 12T (LP, UK, ).

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